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Offline erikd

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« Posted 2010-12-21 21:03:57 »

I'm trying to get some performance out of my emulator on Android, and found that a very large performance drain is drawing the final backbuffer to the screen.
If I don't draw the (fully rendered) image, I'm getting about 65fps, but when I draw the image (224x256), it drops to 40-45 fps. Just by drawing 1 image!

Currently, I do it like this:
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canvas.drawBitmap(pixels, 0, w, x, 8, w, h, false, paint);

pixels is an int[] with the 224x256 emulated image. Like I said, commenting this out gives me ~50% increase in framerate.

Any ideas to improve this?
I'm testing on an HTC Legend (I read that using Canvas is faster than OpenGL for this, although I haven't verified this myself)

Offline newera31
« Reply #1 - Posted 2011-01-01 04:14:13 »

You might want to try making the image a power of two, 256x256.
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« Reply #2 - Posted 2011-01-27 22:00:10 »

Good suggestion, I'll try that.  Smiley

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